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MEADE COUNTY NEWS, MEADE, KANSAS.
In Ihe Promotion of Health It Is imperative that you keep THE STOMACH NORMAL THE BOWELS REGULAR AND THE LIVER ACTIVE ToThat End-Try HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters TYPHOID I; no more neeeeiar than Smallpox, Aim experience has demonstrate the almost miraculous effi cacy, and harmletsness, of Antityphoid Vaccination. Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you and your family. It is more Tital than house insurance. Ask your physician, druggist, or send for Have you had Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid Vaccine, results from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers. Produolm Vaccines and Scrums under U. 8. license To Cutter Laboratory, Bsrkelay, Cel., Chicago, II L .33132 Honey buck without question If HUNT'S CUKE lulls In the treatment of ITCH, ECZKMA, RING WORM, TETTER or other itching akin diaeasea. Price 60c at dru Relets, or direct from 1 1. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman.Tei. . PARKER'S . .. HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation of merit. Helps to eradicate dandruff. For Reitoring Color and BMutytoGany or Faded Hair. ftoc and $1.00 at UmtrgiBti. Kodaks DEVELOPING and PRINTING Send for Catalogue- and Finishing Price List. The DeiTer Pboto Materials Co., Easunaa Kodak Co., 126 Uta Street, D eater, Colore ill PATENTS WatHon K. Coleman, raient lawyer, w a-sninrum, 1. O. Advipft and boo Ith f r. Bates reasonable. Highest references. Best seTv.coa, Wichita Directory F I Lv E S We own the greatest Formula In Ihe world for tha treatment of Plies, We I rest Piles without surgery. Ho cutting, tying or burning. 'No chloroform or other anaesthetic. Come to specialists who treat nothing but diseases of the Rectum. This Institution has been In Kansas 33 years and has never yet failed on a case of Piles. We will give $ 1 00 to anyone who can show us such a case. Don't let anyone experi ment on you. COMB TO MEN WHO KNOW Write or call for information MILLS, THOMPSON & MYERS 00 East Douglas Ave Bex C. Wichita, Eaoaaa . lie Sure They Are tbe 1 ' GOLD MEDAL BRAND Buy them in the 7 pound tin Cans at your grocers. Made by THE SOUTHWEST CRACKER CO. WICHITA, D, S. A. AUTO REPAIRING ggSS BROOKS MACHINE CO., Comer Lewla ft 8. Wichita Bui.. Wichita, Kansas J1II.I. Mrt.IM., Auto it port. Welding outllu and machines for sale. Their Work. 'Why do words have roots, pop?" , "So, my son, Unit the language can grow." GAVE HIS CANE AWAYI Mr. S. P. Benton, Kerrville, Texas, writes : "For several years prior to 1900 I suffered from kidney and rheu matic troubles. Was bent over and forced ro use a cane. For these disorders I am glad to say I used Dodd's Kidney Pills, which proved to be the proper ft f. remedy. I am 64 V y ' ' I 'years old, feel XWJsiii fine and once " again stnnd as straight as an arrow. Dodd's Kid ney Pills deserve greo,t credit." Be sure and get "DODD'S," the nnrae with the three D's for diseased, disor dered, deranged kidneys; Just as Mr. Benton did. No similarly named u'rtlcle ill do. Afiv. Quite Likely. "What Is that actor's facorlte role?" "I think It Is the one- he gets from his backer." Millions of particular women now use nd recommend Red Cross Ball Blue. All crocers. Adv. Nothing else Jolts the average man quite so hard as the attempt of a homely woman to flirt with him. A woman la never surprised when she Is handed a compliment. The larger the bluff, the smaller it fsvattrd vhon aaIIaI ' When Your Eves Need Care Try Murine Eve Remedy KGJUKS BY It Klaflfil CO.. CHICAGO cm I i: k5c CRACKERS l' i HE FORGOT ETHICS But the Doctor Understood Boys, Which Was More Important. His Talk of the Old Fishing Hple and the Summer Camping Trip Suc ceeded Where Medicine Failed. .- The doctor walked slowly upstairs. The little boy's Illness was not yield ing to treatment as he would have wished. He had been doing all that medicine would do for the boy, but the delay In calling him had given the sickness such a start thnt he had made little progress In checking it. So he went .upstairs with a heavy heart. JImmIe smiled as the young doctor came Into his room,, Jlmmle was the smiling kind, though he had found It hard to be cheerful. The doctor had many other calls to mak,e, and lie left soon with the prom ise to call again thnt night. When he came again the little patient was worse, though he probably did not realize it. The doctor took his pulse and his temperature and asked ' the usual questions of his mother. Then lie did a highly unethical thing. But he understood boys and especially the one before Win. "Jimmie," he said, "you and I are going to fight hard to get you well, hut we are going to get you well." The boy smiled; the doctor hud touched the right chord. "Nobody but you and I can do it. Mother can't help you ; neither can sister or brother or father. I am going to come to see you twice a day. We have got to get you in good shape so that you will be all ready to go camping this summer with the rest of the boys. "You remember that little redeye hole down by those willows where I stopped to watch you fish when I came by in the automobile? Well, I drove past there last week and It looks to me like it is going to be better than ever. A big log has floated, down there and you can sit on It in the slinde of the willows and never get a bit hot, even In July. But before you go fish ing you will have to get well. I think we can have you out of bed in two weeks." The little chap In the bed looked hard at the doctor. He was only ten years old, and It is hard for ten-year-old boys to He In bed. He had seen the doctor swim across a wide, swift river,' he knew the doctor could lift him with two fingers; lie know the doctor liked little boys and liked to help them all he could. In his boy mind the doctor was n hero. "Yes, sir (the boy was speaking), if you sny we have to fight, I'll do just what you say. It Is hard not to get to play af ter school (a tear rolled down and lost Itself In the sheet near the boy's ear), but I can put my clothes on, can't I?" . The doctor nodded, and, for getting about medicine, plunged into nnother story of next summer. He talked for almost an hour to the boy. Which was also not exactly ethical. But when he rose to go he noticed a new light in the young eyes. "I think w;e will have Jlmmle out playing in about two weeks," he said to the anxious mother. And as he threw his car into "high," a listener might have heard him humming softly as was his habit when his heart was not heavy. Indianapolis News. v Days. ' Days are said to resemble the hairs of our heads to the extent of being numbered. The only other resem-. blnnce is that they get sticky in hot weather. Days are still within the reach of all and no costlier than here tofore, tat big nights always did come high. The present day is the only one a , , . . . y vi uuy ruui use, nut as we iook aiiout us we see that it Is the least valued. This proves that humans are somehow superior creatures to the brutes. The weather Is the garment of the day and most 'of us take a neat dresser. But days .are something like people and occasionally one whose personal ap pearance might be improved is yet able to make us happy. Detroit Jour nal. Two Ideals In Statuary. One scarcely realizes, until he comes Into personal contact with South American institutions and people, the difference of traditional ideals with which North and South America wore founded. While through our parks nnd commons in New England we find statues of the early Pilgrim father with a staff in his hand and the Bible under his arm, here in these republics we find In the parks the mailed war rior with lance and sword, the emblem -of the Spanish adventurer who first came to drive out the Indians from his possessions, to loot his gold nnd to place upon the country and Its inheri tance the stamp of hlg ruthless ambi tions. Christian Herald.. Transformation. "Does Claude Algernon recite po etry?" "Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "I'll keep away. I don't care for po etry." "Oh, I'm sure you'd approve of him. It doesn't sound a bit like poetry when Claude Algernon recites , It." Reopening an Argument. Wlfle I could find but one. pencil about the whole house, and, of course,' the point was broken off. But I man aged to sharpen It, with much ef fort. Hub And you didn't use much else beside your teeth, did you? When in Doubt L, ' V r-T nn . I M&w nn v r J "When in doubt, choose taffeta," for everywhere fashion decrees it the Ideal, silk for afternoon suits und frocks and for the simpler evening dresses. By virtue of the fabric n sim ple suit of taffeta is more formal and dressy than n plain cloth suit and nil the chances are that it will cost less In time and money, to make It. In addition to these advantages there is the matter of color to lie considered. Colors that verge on the insipid in materials that lack luster, are won derfully attractive in taffeta. There never was a material that the home dressmaker can bundle more easily or one that lends itself better to the making of trimmings. The liT-et-ty suit of taffeta shown In the picture Illustrates all these advantages which account for the perennial popularity of this long and well-loved silk. It is a simple model with several distin guishing touches that rescue It from the commonplace In designing. The skirt is straight, hanging from a plain, broad girdle of the silk which fastens at the side. It is finished at Exposition of Midsummer Blouses V j ' ,c V " J v : C t 1. 4 I . 1 "V 4- -1 lire The exposition of blouse fashions for summer is completed, with great credit deserved by those who launch the styles. Unless the unexpected hap pens, nothing new will be added to it and certainly nothing is needed. In dications point to till while in mid summer styles as preferred over blouses in vivid colors that captivated us all when, they made their appear ance for spring. But, even so, all white may divide honors with pale colors and combinations of color, in fabrics so sheer that they will look cool in any shade. Anyway, tbe dainty, white blouse will always lie a safe choice for any season. Nothing exceeds It for ele gance nnd therefore it cannot lose the allegiance of women. For mid summer wear It Is made in silk and cotton materials mainly, but fine sheer linen always figures among high priced models In the most authoritative dis plays. A blouse of fine, cotton voile and one of crepe de chine chosen as rep resentative of two good styles, are shown in the picture. Kach shows pretty new touches where experience of the season's tendencies lead us to look for them In the sleeves and col lar. . These models ore commendable from every standpoint. The blouse of fine voile Is mnde with two wide and a group of three narrow tucks nt each side of the front and has a plain back. The rather full, plain sleeves are gathered into a deep cuff, having . a panel of embroidered' voile set in lengthwise. All seaiajs are hem stitched and there was never anything of greatrr decorative Importance than tills hemstitching. The collar Is cut to form a deep, square cape at the If Choose Taffeta the bottom with n niching of the taf feta having a picot edge. Tills ruchlng tends to make the skirt Hare, but its ambition in that direction Is held in check by n narrow grosgraln ribbon that is threaded through slashes In the silk, just above the niching. This ap parently helps the skirt from depart ing from the straight and narrow way of new skirt fashions. The ribbon matches the silk in color. The bottom of tliu blouse, or coat, whichever you choose to call it, is en couraged to stand off from the figure by the niching. It attains by this means the wide hip effect which fash ion permits to those who find it be coming. The coat is finished with a deep capo collar, trimmed with null ing, and n baggy pocket nt each, side. It Is confined at the waist with a girdle of taffetu with iooped-over ends nt the front. A wlille collar of somo kind appears to be always In the mind of those who create styles in taffeta suits or dresses. The collar may be of white crepe or organdie or even of honvier fabrics. back mid Is extended Into long tubk over the shoulder and nnrrow, square revers at the neck. A dainty pattern in embroidery appears on the revers, tubs and cape and narrow, heavy luce edging makes the finish for edges. The tailored blouse of crepe de chine is so plain that it hardly needs de scription. Deep, two-piece cuffs flare at the wrists and large pearl lull tons take care of the fastenings. Smaller buttons are used to make a consistent ly tailored finish for the collar uuc' cuffs. The Military Touch. Smart little cone-sliiiped bunches oi red and' yellow wrinkled berries are pointed toward the heavens about the crown' tip of a hoiit-slniped red inlliin turban. Gray novelty braid is mad into a military turban with the hlgr front turned back from the face and t sort of chnl it arrangement across th base In the front wrapped -in graj metallized ribbon nnd connected at el ther sido to the back by bands of gray georgette. Steel beads lite used for ii sninr. ornament with a high spike of jet com ing. from the center and this is posed on a military turban of black-and-white novelty straw with the crown tip of white georgette. Buttermilk Cleans Sponges. Sponges that are sticky and clogged1 with soapy water may be cleaned by soaking for 24 hours in buttermilks rinse thoroughly under the tap, first In warm, then In cold water; dry In current of air. mu ""PERFECT CUM riA" 5 Chew if dtfiQF every meal Patient. "Is he n patient man?" "Very. Even tho telephone service doesn't annoy him." THE BEST BEAUTY DOCTOR Is Cuticura for Purifying and Beauti fying the Skin Trial Free. For cleansing, purifying nnd beauti fying the complexion, hands and hnlr, Cuticura Soap with touches of Cuti cura Ointment now nnd then afford the most effective preparations nt tho mini mum of cost. No massaging, steaming creaming, or waste of time. Free sample ench by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv. Often n woman makes so much fuss over unotHer woman's baby that you almost think she means It. : THI8 13 THE AGE OF YOUTH. You will look ten years younger if you darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by using "La. Creole" Hair Pressing. Adv. 1 'Sliiin has gathered' 422,050 tons of rice, from nrrfi.BSO acres. A -Druggist's Confidence in Kidney Medicine Judging from the favorable comments thnt have been received by ns from our cuHtomers who have ticr-d Dr. Kilmer's Hwainp-Kont during the life of the medi cine, we are confident that Swamp-Hoot is a splendid kidney, livet and bladder preparation and accompliiilics much good among those suffering with such ailments. Very trulv vonm, THE DIAMOND PIIAhMACY, A. R. Cleverdon, Prop. Sept. 14, 1016. Stillwater, Okia. Prove What Swsmp-Root Will Do For Yon Send ten 'cents to Dr. Kilmer tt Co., Hingliamton. N. Y., for a sample size bot tle. It will convince anyone. You will lso receive s booklet of valuable infor mation, telling about the kidneys and blad der When writing, be sure and mention this paper. Regular hfty-ccnt and one dollar size bottles for aule at all. drug tores. Adv. About the surest way to keep your name before the public Is to have it inscribed on. a tombstone. U 3 government Yar Loan 3JA per cent interest exempt from all taxes SMALL SUMS make BIG LOANS successful. Your country needs your HELP. You can buy a U. S. GOVERNMENT BOND from us on PARTIAL PAYMENTS without LOSS OF INTEREST. NO COMMISSION. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Established 1876 Resources $2,500,000.00 HUTCHINSON, KANSAS GLEYS After you loso u thing you appre ciate Its worth. I M I T ATI 0 N l8 IN C E R EST FLATTERY but like counterfeit, money the imita tion has not the worth of the original. Insist on "La Creole" Hair Dressing It's the orlgtnnl. Darkens your hair In tho natural way, but contains no dyo. Price $1.00. Adv. . : New Zealand wheat crop Is esti mated at r,:)(K),000 bushels. FRECKLES Now Is tbe Time to t Rid of These Iglr Spots. There's no long-cr the ellihtrat need of ft'ellns ashamed of your freckles, ae the prescription othlne double airt-ngth Is guaranteed to remove these homely spots. Simply s-t an ounce of othlne double trrriKlh from your druggist, and apply littlo of It night and morning and you should soon Bftt that even the worst freckles have bisun to disappear, while the lighter ones have vanish. -il entirely. It Is s-ldnm -that more than one ounce la needed to com pletely cienr Hie skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. He sure to ink for the double strength othlno,-as this Is sold under guarantee of money back II It fails to remove freckles. Adv. r . Slam' last year exported $195,202 worth of products' to the United Slates. THE BEST ' v i 'Vvon svsar wi (liw U PB'S TWO LARCE PACKAGES 25 MADE F10M THE HIGHEST CRADE DURUM WHEAT COOKS IN 12 MINUTES. COOK BOOK FREE SKIHHER MFC. CO. OMAHA. U.S.A. lArejf Mcroni ffctoi t; in America. Kodak FilmrDelopefFreBi Prints 3 Cents Each Any Size Write for circular and samples. Oklihomt film f iolsklni Cs Oklabeni city, Okie. W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 18--1917. CAT QEf I MINER'S 11 s n S 1 H 1 a